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Street art Posted by on Oct 21, 2011 in Icelandic grammar, Uncategorized

Here’s some more street art:

(EDIT 15/04/2012: I’ve removed two of the images that were originally in this post)



For a while there were big mounds of grass around the immediate downtown area, I have no idea why and I lost my other photos of them. Then white silhouettes appeared on some of the buildings, they’re supposed to be of people doing various things.

I learned something good in class this week:

Lesa bók – read (a whole book)
Lesa í bók – read from a book (not the whole book, just part of it)

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About the Author: sequoia

I try to write about two-thirds of the blog topics on cultural aspects and one-third on the language, because there's much more out there already on the language compared to daily life information. I try to stay away from touristy things because there's more of that out there than anything else on Iceland, and I feel like talking about that stuff gives you the wrong impression of Iceland.